Hannah Holmes led the women, qualifying for the national meet by placing fourth among a field of 88 with a time of 19 minutes, 2.1 seconds in the 5-k race.
Paula Young finished 20th (20:14.7), Katey Whitesell 24th (20:25.2), Allie Jost 55th (22:07.5), Kaylee Schmidt 60th (22:32.9), and Jessica Vix 76th (23:57.5).
As a team, the Tabor women placed fifth of the 10 member schools. The University of Saint Mary won the meet.
Joel Allen, meanwhile, led the men in the 8-k race by finishing seventh in a field of 93 in 26:21.6. Garrett Daugherty finished close behind in ninth (26:31.8). Both qualified for the national meet.
Tyler Parrish placed 49th (28:32.8), Phillip Magos 52nd (28:37.7), Bret Mueller 56th (28:41.9) and Josh Richert 62nd (29:26.0).
As a team, the men placed seventh. The University of Saint Mary won the meet.
Coming?The NAIA national championship meet will take place Nov. 22 in Lawrence. The men will race at 10:30 a.m. The women will race at 11:45 a.m.